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tip on the final resting taped resting place of jimmy hoffa investigators will dig in the detroit area home a man has come for and he thinks he saw off of buried there 35 years ago if there have been countless theories about what happened to the teamsters boss, his body has never been found. >>> researchers in switzerland clamed they found a second inning for the mona lisa it reveals what they say an earlier painting of the younger mona lisa. they spanned three decades doing x-rays and examinations to back up the klanclaim they say that painting hung i noticed for a century but not everybody is convinced. some experts say it was probably an unknown pay painter who tried to copy density here's a peek out side, we have low clouds and fog not much changing weather wise where is dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schoo
mysterious death of jimmy hoffa, the soil sample being tested for human remains, and what a dying man says he saw. >>> well, that's the unusual place for a dog to get trapped. were firefighters able to get her out? >>> good morning, westbound 24 right here it looks pretty good as you're driving up to the tunnel. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay weather. welcome back to the ktvu morning news. there's a happy reunion for a sonoma county dog and her owners. her owner escaped through an open gate and then look what happened. she got stuck in an 18-inch culvert that runs under the road near their home. it was a difficult task for firefighters to help rescue the pup. they had to move dirt and bolders before cutting the pipe and freeing that little dog. >>> 5:12, new this morning soldiers in kenya stage a predawn attack on a rebel group. the kenyan military has taken control of case mayo. the fighting go on. now losing that port city would be important because those militants have been taxing goods coming into the port. now the united states is monitoring the sit
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the driveway near detroit in the hopes of finding jimmy hoffa's remains investigators were told that a body was buried near this roseville michigan house in 1975 and that is around the time the union leader was last seen alive please do not expect to find his body but tests reveal that something is very nick at home. >>> is tough and not your typical police chased by police in florida say drunken man on horseback was stopping traffic in the whole thing caught on camera he ran right through the intersection all the way to his grandmother's house apparently in a hurry after 30 minutes chase they call the guy and have salmon he faces numerous charges including the why of a horse. >>> tonight a record number of bicycles will converge on the streets of san francisco to celebrate the 20th anniversary of critical mass mass that started back in 1992 to protest the dominance of city streets drivers are expecting delays during tonight's evening commutes coming up fell will talk about a critical mass live with police chief greg sir and former mayor willie brown they will toss that around shortly.
ministry a disappearance of teamster, jimmy hoffa. this is a driveway in suburban detroit. officers received a tip that a body could of been. in that a run the same time to be hoffa went missing. they will take samples to see if his remains will match. >> this massive marijuana bust and the sonoma county. they have served search warrants and they were allowed to get into several homes. this is where the police found these evidence near moreland ave. 50 people arrested and charged with possession, cultivation. with 1200 marijuana plants. 15,000 lbs.. $2.5 million estimated value this is a high crime the view. 9:20. on this friday morning. this live look at van ness. certainly, it is gray but we are and for a warm up. the city but is going to be resting roasting hot dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan sol
leader jimmy hoffa may finally come to an en. investigators not a tip saying a body was buried at a hope at the same time a steamster's boss disappeared. a radar confirms that something is buried beneath the slab and michigan police plan to dig there tomorrow. >>> testimony continues in the deborah madden case. after today's testimony wraps up, the court will recess the jury tomorrow and closing arguments are set for monday. >>> the little boy who was shot after sleeping in his bed last week, he is back at home. he was released from the hospital yesterday. his home was sprayed with bullets last thursday about 1:00 in the morning. he's a 6th grader. he says he's happy to be out -- happy to be out of the hospital but afraid to go home. >> i want to think that teachers and the principal who came to visit me and gave me -- i want to thank the principal who came to visit me and bring me presents. >>> a miniature horse farm in sonoma county has less than a week to move out. there said they've been served with an eviction notice. rit now, it's not clear what's gonna happen tothose horses.
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